Being a landlord isn’t for everyone — but it might be just right for you.
When it comes to properties where murder and mayhem — or even less dramatic crimes — occurred, disclosure and due diligence are key.
Cracks in the foundation? Leaky roof? If you want to sell your house, it’s best to be upfront and address its shortcomings.
Shopping for a home? Stack the deck in your favor by choosing the location best suited to you.
Many soon-to-be retirees are about to enter a new world of both home selling and buying.
You love the bright walls and furniture, but once your home is on the market you need to make it as neutral as possible.
It’s essential to have the right marketing plan, pricing strategy and real estate agent.
Upfront research can save you a lot of time and headaches.
The fall months are no longer a real estate dead zone, and there is still plenty of action happening after Labor Day through Christmas.
Unlike retail businesses, which price their products based on inventory levels and market conditions, each seller is independent and has different selling motivations.
The fact is, your neighbor’s unsightly property can rub off on your own house’s curb appeal, no matter how much you’ve done to improve it. But you have options.
It is a delicate balance to have your home showing in its best possible light while also living there comfortably.
If you’re buying a flipped house, consider taking the following steps to ensure you don’t get any unpleasant surprises after closing.
Here’s a look at the factors that can determine the value of your outdoor space.
Owning a condo has many of the same benefits of owning a single-family home. But there are some rules and restrictions boomers and millennials alike often face when going the condo route.